HIS PRINCESS blurb and cover reveal!

HIS PRINCESS, a House of Payne prequel novella, is getting ready to launch!

Is it wrong to say that I’m in love with one of my projects? Because I’m TOTALLY in love with my latest project, HIS PRINCESS. ❤

Readers met Joelle Fielding and Gus Bloch in HOUSE OF PAYNE: LOKI, and the feedback on these two was almost unanimous–WHERE’S THEIR STORY??? Because I received so many emails asking for a look at how Joelle and Gus got together, I’m proud to announce that HIS PRINCESS is releasing Thursday, August 13th, 2020! I can’t wait!

Next weekend, I’ll release the first chapter, and I’ve got my fingers crossed that you’ll fall for these two as much as I have. But for now, here’s an awesome sneak peek at the cover and the blurb. Enjoy! ❤

“Got a name, my princess?”
When Joelle Fielding attends a function for Chicago’s society elites, she’s stunned to find herself swept off her feet by a man who believes that not only is she a princess, but that she’s HIS princess. Falling in love at first sight isn’t a part of her career-oriented life goals, but with the sexy Gus Bloch insisting she’s meant for him, those life goals might be changing.
By fourteen, Gus had been on his own on the Southside’s mean streets. When life had been at its bleakest, he’d dreamed of his future and the kind of woman he would someday share his life with. One look at Joelle, and he knows he’s finally found her. Nothing will stop him from convincing her that he’s the man for her—not even Joelle herself.
Joelle has never wanted anyone like she wants Gus, but all too soon insta-love and the demands of reality find themselves on a collision course. Is Gus really the man for her when he’s forced to see she’s no one’s princess?
36,000 words
***This novella is a standalone prequel to the novel, HOUSE OF PAYNE: LOKI. Because of that, this novella has only a small epilogue (sorry!). There are no love triangles, no cheating, and no cliffhangers. HEA guaranteed. Due to adult language and sexual content, this novella is not intended for people under the age of eighteen.***

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